I graduated from IDRAC Business School in Lyon with a Masters degree - International Business in the Luxury Industry. I moved to London to further my career and chose recruitment because I love the exposure I have to working with an international clientele, helping clients solve complex and difficult talent acquisitions.
When I'm not recruiting, I love to spend time to learn more about my passion: gastronomy and fine wine. I speak 6 languages and have travelled to over 35 countries so far!...READ MORE
I started as Wedding Planner on the luxury resort of Bluebay in Playa del Carmen, steered a brand into a new phase of growth as a commercial Director for the Designer Oriana Rodriguez in Guadalajara and coordinated a London Fashion Week runway.
I was then invited to go to Malaysia to develop the brand as Marketing Manager for Limkokwing University and the Malaysian government.
I came back to my city in Lyon to become Strategic Business Developer for IDRAC Business School and created a recruitment company for students in the same time.
FinTech - Development - Pays Francophone
An Unexpected Growth in U.K. Management Consultancies
An Unexpected Growth in U.K. Management ConsultanciesWith knowledge being democratised and information becoming more and more accessible to anyone, the role of management consultants is rapidly changing. Moreover, with more online platforms that connect business executives to relevant consultants, the role of the traditional 'firm' is being questioned. Management Consultants are in great demand.The total UK business and management consulting market is currently worth over £81 billion. The research also suggests that the market can expect to expand to £87 billion by the end of 2019, with the industry bouncing back following a slowdown in growth over the past 12 months.The UK's consulting industry employs circa 63,000 professionals, of which approximately 94% of them are consultants and 6% are supporting staff, says the MCA (Management Consultancies Association). Technology is the largest segment (28%) in the United Kingdom, followed by Finance & Risk (15%) and Operations (13%).The MCA believes the UK consulting industry will remain buoyant. The landscape is changing, however, as a growing divide is being established between high- and low-value service providers. Demand is rising for consultants who can provide solutions to complex and novel problems, sparking a growing demand for firms that can staff multi-disciplinary teams. In addition, management consulting firms with an edge in digital are set to reap a larger share of overall growth. Source:consultancy.ukIf you are looking for opportunities in Management Consulting, Change Management or Project Management, please do not hesitate to contact us: +44 (0)203 763 9500 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Temenos T24 & CORE Banking
Temenos T24 & CORE BankingCore Banking- what is it?As described by Antony Peyton, senior reporter at IBS Intelligence, “CORE banking is the essential services the bank offers” which includes:· Taking deposits & lending money· Managing financial transactions· Keeping details of accounts and account holders· Linking all accounts and account holders via a database· Maintaining its own accounts i.e. fixed & Variable Costs· Routine maintenance i.e. Opening & Closing accounts, Interest calculations etc...Where does Temenos and their star product T24 come in?Temenos is the market leading provider of banking software systems to retail, corporate, universal, private, Islamic and microfinance & community banks. T24 is a widely used core banking system and provides a technically advanced, SOA-based front-to-back platform for banks in over 120 countries, from small community banks to large retail banks with over 15 million accounts, the company has recently received the title of:· A 'Global Power Seller' for new business deals for 11 consecutive years· A 'Top Global Player' for 5 consecutive years signing 173 deals with new and existing customersEmmanuel Daniel, chairman of Asian Banker, stated he wanted to “Kill CORE Banking as we know it”.So why does Emmanuel Daniel want to “Kill CORE Banking”?Daniel believes that the future of CORE Banking rests in Digitisations; most modern banks claim they are 80% digitised. However, more often than not, this is not the case. Digitisation has changed its definition since the early 21st century, having an online presence and a contactless card is just not enough.Emmanuel claims that most CORE Banking services are still carried out manually be it “the routine due diligence to the customer, the fulfilment process or the securitisation process.”If you are staffing your projects and need expert recruitment in the T24 space please reach out to Skillfinder International: +44 (0)203 763 9500 / email@example.com